Spanning two decades in arts and entertainment Sarah-Vyne is a director, choreographer, teacher, arts consultant and interdisciplinary artist working across dance, theatre, screen, curation and arts development. Sarah-Vyne is a Winston Churchill fellow 2013, where she undertook research and professional development with world leaders in the field of integrated practice. These included Candoco Dance Company, AXIS Dance Company, StopGap, GDance, Caroline Bowditch and Marc Brew.
Throughout her career she has worked with Sydney Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival, Sydney Opera House, Museum of Contemporary Arts, Festival of Dangerous Minds, DirtyFeet, Shaun Parker and Company, Bankstown Arts Centre, Sidetrack Theatre, Accessible Arts, Ausdance, Adelaide Fringe, Disney, ABC, The Young Americans, Screentime and Channel 7 and is currently an artist representative, board member at Critical Path. In her former position as arts development manager at Accessible Arts she developed the nation-wide Catalyst Dance program and managed projects for Arts NSW, Ageing, Disability and Home Care, and Ausdance NSW.
Sarah-Vyne is the artistic driving force behind Murmuration, Sydney's first professional integrated performance company and is currently developing ‘Bowerbirds', a short film and directing the companies first major work ‘Days Like These’ to be presented at The Arts Centre Cootamundra in July 2017. Sarah-Vyne is a recognised leader in inclusive arts practice and identifies with invisible disabilities.
How do theatre makers, performers, visual artists and dancers with disability get taken seriously as artists?How does their work go beyond participatory...